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Kim Jong-hyun's fans bid an emotional farewell to K-pop star

Kim Jong-hyun's fans bid an emotional farewell to K-pop star

Grief-stricken crowds in grey and black line streets of Seoul for funeral of SHINee lead singer who died in suspected suicideGrief-stricken music fans have lined the streets in Seoul to farewell Kim
Antique-gun dealer jailed for 30 years for supplying to gangsters

Antique-gun dealer jailed for 30 years for supplying to gangsters

Ammunition and weapons made by Paul Edmunds, 66, were found at more than 100 crime scenes including gangland murders A 66-year-old antique-firearms dealer from Gloucestershire has been jailed for 30
Photographer of the year 2017: Zohra Bensemra

Photographer of the year 2017: Zohra Bensemra

This year the picture desk has chosen the Reuters photojournalist Zohra Bensemra as agency photographer of the year. From the drought in Somalia to the conflict in Iraq and Syria against Islamic State
Trump is politicising the courts – and our  judiciary is under threat | Jill Dash

Trump is politicising the courts – and our judiciary is under threat | Jill Dash

Senate Republicans are wielding their power to control the judicial branch. It will do potentially irreparable harm to democracy Almost one year into the Trump administration, we have fallen into a
Pope condemns 'cancer' of cliques in Christmas message to staff

Pope condemns 'cancer' of cliques in Christmas message to staff

Francis says some of those chosen to help him reform Holy See have shown themselves to be not up to the taskPope Francis has rebuked Vatican colleagues in a Christmas message, denouncing the “cancer”
UN to vote on Jerusalem amid accusations of bullying by Trump

UN to vote on Jerusalem amid accusations of bullying by Trump

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu denounces United Nation as ‘house of lies’, amid last ditch efforts by US and Israel to head off opposition Donald Trump’s threat to cut US funding to countries that
'Pay to avoid a lashing': women in trousers face threats and abuse in Sudan

'Pay to avoid a lashing': women in trousers face threats and abuse in Sudan

Report reveals officials use risk of imprisonment or beatings over ‘indecent dress’ to swell coffers and target women the authorities wish to silenceFines for wearing trousers and the threat of
Dreamers fear deportation if Congress delays debate on Daca fix until new year

Dreamers fear deportation if Congress delays debate on Daca fix until new year

The Democratic leadership appears to have quietly dropped its threat to shut down the government this week if no deal is reached on immigration reformIndira Marquez Robles will turn 18 on Friday. But
A new generation of young black politicians is coming – the Democrats should listen

A new generation of young black politicians is coming – the Democrats should listen

Democrats have every right to feel optimistic after a major win in Alabama, but keeping up momentum will require more than taking black voters for grantedThe recent upset in the special election for
Hundreds of Philippines ferry disaster survivors pulled from the sea

Hundreds of Philippines ferry disaster survivors pulled from the sea

At least four people killed and others missing after ship carrying more than 250 people was battered by fierce windsAt least four people have died and seven others are missing after a Philippine ferry
'Sweden sends us to be killed': young Afghans face perilous deportation

'Sweden sends us to be killed': young Afghans face perilous deportation

About 35,000 unaccompanied minors were taken in by Sweden in 2015, but a change of heart means Afghans are in danger of being returnedA smell of spicy chicken wafts from a communal kitchen. In a
Bristol City boss's celebration with ballboy sparks outbreak of hugs

Bristol City boss's celebration with ballboy sparks outbreak of hugs

Bristolians are inspired to imitate manager Lee Johnson’s heartwarming reaction to a winning goal against Manchester UnitedIt will go down as one of the most joyful and heartwarming of football
'Chaos everywhere': witnesses tell of horror on Flinders Street

'Chaos everywhere': witnesses tell of horror on Flinders Street

Within hours, one of Melbourne’s busiest spots was deserted after a driver injured 14 in what is believed to be ‘a deliberate act’The intersection outside of Melbourne’s Flinders Street train station
'Nut rage': court upholds suspended sentence for Korean Air executive

'Nut rage': court upholds suspended sentence for Korean Air executive

Cho Hyun-ah, who disrupted flight over bag of nuts, remains free after top court upheld her 10-month suspended jail termA former Korean Air executive whose “nut rage” tantrum disrupted a flight in
Melbourne car ramming: four people critically injured and driver arrested

Melbourne car ramming: four people critically injured and driver arrested

Police say no evidence of terror link after vehicle collides with pedestrians on Flinders Street • What we know so far • Witnesses tell of horror scenesFour people have been critically injured after
Poland can thumb its nose at Brussels as long as the cash keeps rolling in | Remi Adekoya

Poland can thumb its nose at Brussels as long as the cash keeps rolling in | Remi Adekoya

The EU is taking the first of many bureaucratic steps towards sanctions, but it won’t deter Warsaw from its anti-democratic pathThe EU has triggered a process that could potentially strip Poland of
Breaking down the new Berlin wall: refugee guides show their side of city

Breaking down the new Berlin wall: refugee guides show their side of city

Refugee-led walking tours of Berlin aim to put a personal face to the humanitarian crisis. But is it just ‘misery tourism’?Shaam is an otherwise unremarkable-looking Middle Eastern restaurant. There’s
Bussed out: how America moves thousands of homeless people around the country

Bussed out: how America moves thousands of homeless people around the country

Each year, US cities give thousands of homeless people one-way bus tickets out of town. An 18-month nationwide investigation by the Guardian reveals, for the first time, what really happens at
More than 100 human rights activists killed in Colombia in 2017, UN says

More than 100 human rights activists killed in Colombia in 2017, UN says

Following Farc peace deal, activists face special risk in areas where group’s exit has left power vacuum, officials sayMore than 100 human rights defenders have been killed in Colombia this year,
Melbourne car ramming: no evidence of terror link, say police – as it happened

Melbourne car ramming: no evidence of terror link, say police – as it happened

Police have arrested the driver of a vehicle they say hit pedestrians in central Melbourne and another manNineteen injured, including preschool-age child and the driver. Four are criticalFull report: